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Meeting The Needs Of Adolescents

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Meeting The Needs Of Adolescents


Published 1955


Depicts a family with a boy of 14 and a girl of 17. Shows how their physical and mental needs are met, how they are guided in their spiritual growth, and how parents can develop their social consciousness. Needs of adolescents are presented in a story of a 14 year old boy and his 17 year old sister, both members of a well adjusted family. They engage in normal home, school, church, and social activities and the usual problems of family life.

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Producer Crawley Films; McGraw-Hill Films
Audio/Visual sound, color

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 3, 2016
Subject: ENTHUSIASTIC COMMUNITY SINGING!!
About as Centron as Crawley ever got. " Meeting the needs of adolescence" certainly is a step away from the doom and gloom relationship based films they usually put out. The two teenagers showcased here, all pretty normal actually. They have the usual questions other teenagers have about growing up. Their parents a surprisingly liberal minded in terms of letting the teenagers do what they want to do. The best scene in the preparation for the party: records! Dancing! Horseplay! Oh my!
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